CTPAT’s New Minimum Security Criteria: Is Your Supply Chain Secure?

Posted by Paris Riley on Wed, May, 29 2019 @ 12:42 PM
Today, global supply chain security is more important than ever. When conducting cross-border trade and exchanging of goods across the world, many lurking threats can not only disrupt your business but webinar-GTA-Time to Review you Supply Chain Security-LP-thumbhave potentially dire consequences. To protect you, your company, and your country, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has recently released new minimum security requirements as it relates to Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT). If you're a CTPAT partner, then you may need to make changes to your supply chain security in order to remain compliant.
 
Hear from CBP directly as CBP's Carlos E. Ochoa and Global Trade Academy's Suzanne Richer present the complimentary webinar, It’s Time to Review Your Supply Chain Security: CTPAT’s New Minimum Security Criteria, which broadcasts live on Thursday, May 30 at 2pm EDT
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Mr. Ochoa and Ms. Richer will discuss the following topics:
  • What’s changing and why?
  • Who’s targeting our supply chains?
  • New criteria for cybersecurity and agriculture controls
  • Overview of minimum security criteria (MSC) that were strengthened
  • Best practices for managing the changes to your program

If you're not already a CTPAT partner, but considering it, you'll want to attend this webinar to get a head start on making sure your supply chain security meets the new requirements. CTPAT offers a number of benefits for partners, including:

  • Reduced number of CBP examinations
  • Front of the line inspections
  • Possible exemption from Stratified Exams
  • Shorter wait times at the border

Don't miss out on the benefits of CTPAT or fall victim to supply chain security threats because you're unaware of the new minimum requirements – register for the webinar today!

CTPAT's New Minimum-Security Criteria Webinar

Topics: Global Supply Chain, Global Trade Academy, C-TPAT

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